This is the real thing. If you’re in a plate-smashing mood or mad for moussaka this is undoubtedly the place to go in St Albans. Found near St Peter’s Church in the town centre, Anastasias Greek Restaurant has been dishing out food and fun Greek-style since 1974. With a large open dining room it’s ideal for large gatherings and family events, though it’s just as popular for a romantic dinner for two or lunch outings. Experience Greek cuisine at its finest in St Albans and book a table at Anastasias Greek Restaurant now.
If you don’t know where to start with Greek cuisine we say throw yourself at the mercy of the experienced chefs at Anastasias and enjoy the phenomenal 18-dish meze platter, whose constituents change regularly but are reliably delicious. If you’re already a connoisseur of kleftiko and keftedes then you’ll be on cloud 9 because this family-run place does them – and a huge list of other Greek starters, share plates, mains and desserts – the traditional way, and no matter if you’re a big meat eater, a lover of seafood or vegetarian, we guarantee that you’ll find something to appease your appetite on the menu at Anastasias Greek Restaurant.
Some of our favourite Greek dishes served up at this popular St Albans restaurant include the fish souvlaki (giant prawns, swordfish, grilled peppers and onion, cooked on skewers and grilled on charcoal) and the pan-fried chicken breast stuffed with spinach and feta cheese, sauteed in white wine with a creamy sauce. Located on St Peters Street in the town centre, Anastasias Greek Restaurant is the place to go for a Hellenic feast without leaving St Albans. To guarantee a table, making a reservation in advance is wise.
Good greek food. Definitely will go back to this restaurant!!!
Good ambient,great food ,excellent staff.A very pleasant night we had!Look forward to come back and experience the smashing plates and of course the belly dancers. I will recommend that that to everyone.
Great evening. Dancing was fun.Service was good and waiters all very friendly. We ordered a meze and there was a lot of food . Belly dancing and plate smashing was also fun.